Tag Archives: Tommy Stinson

The Replacements releasing live album of 1986 Maxwell’s show

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

The legendary (and previously bootlegged) show was one of the last to feature the band’s classic lineup before Bob Stinson left the band. After decades of sitting in the vaults, the recordings are getting a proper release.

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Bash & Pop reissuing their debut with 18 bonus tracks (listen to one)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Tommy Stinson‘s post-Replacements band Bash & Pop returned this year with Anything Could Happen (on Fat Possum), the loooong-awaited followup to their 1993 debut Friday Night Is Killing Me. On September 8, Friday Night Is Killing Me will receive an expanded reissue…

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Tommy Stinson’s Bash & Pop touring in May (BV Presents)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

While The Replacements reunion may be done, bassist Tommy Stinson reignited his another of his bands, Bash & Pop. They released their first album in 25 years, Anything Could Happen, earlier this year via Fat Possum. BrooklynVegan is now excited to announce that we’ll be presenting Bash & Pop’s next tour…

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Tommy Stinson’s Bash & Pop share “Never Wanted to Know” from new LP, expand tour

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Tommy Stinson’s reignited Bash & Pop have just shared “Never Wanted To Know” from the group’s new album, Anything Could Happen. It’s the kind of anthemic power-pop you’d expect…

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Jesse Malin, Joan Jett, Walter Schreifels & more covered ‘Goats Head Soup’ @ Bowery Ballroom (pics)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Tommy Stinson and more were also on hand for Malin’s holiday benefit show.

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‘L.A.M.F.’ tribute in pics (ft. Deborah Harry, Handsome Dick Manitoba, more)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Blondie’s Clem Burke, The Replacements’ Tommy Stinson, Johnny Thunders & the Heartbreakers’ Walter Lure, and MC5’s Wayne Kramer performed the Heartbreaker’s ‘L.A.M.F.’ at four NYC shows. We caught the Marlin Room show with Blondie singer Deborah Harry, Dead Boys’ Cheetah Chrome, The Dictators’ Handsome Dick Manitoba, and more.

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tix on sale: Green Day, Stevie Nicks, Sharon Jones, Black Kids, The Head & the Heart, more

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Also: Jesse Malin/Tommy Stinston, Frank Iero, Maxwell, Lucy Dacus, and more NYC shows on sale today.

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An Interview With Legendary Bassist/Songwriter Tommy Stinson

Source: Rock On Philly

We sat down with Tommy Stinson, founding member of the now fabled Replacements and longtime bassist for Guns n’ Roses, for a quick chat about his experiences and about his headlining set at the XPonential Music Festival.

Rock on Philly: Tommy, you’ve been playing in bands since you were 12 years old. I read in an interview that you did with Spin Magazine that your brother Bob (Replacements guitarist) used to bribe you into learning bass. Were you initially interested in music at all? Or was it something that you came to appreciate?

Tommy Stinson: You know  I was into music ...

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Sheer Terror, NRSV, Murphy’s Law, Tommy Stinson & more upcoming punk shows in NYC

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Also: Pennywise (playing ‘About Time’) with Strung Out, Winter Break, The Vibrators, and more.

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Canadian Music Week announces 2016 schedule, including BV / M for Montreal showcase w/ Duchess Says & more

Source: Brooklyn Vegan


Canadian Music Week
happens in Toronto from May 2 – 8 at venues all over the city. This year’s lineup includes Eagles of Death Metal, The Black Lips, Tegan & Sara, Bob Mould, Wild Nothing, Fat White Family, White Lung, Baroness, Tommy Stinson, Dilly Dally, No Joy and more. Fe…

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